This week, Alex, Trevor and Adam - a newly-formed trio of acoustic artists recently forming a band - visit the studio for a live set and discuss the challenges of finding a fitting name for their brand of "Dirty Blues."
Mark Legott of DILF and Caged also stops in, catching the red eye into Seneca Falls - he had confirmed the interview around 5 am Sunday morning.
He discusses a busy summer schedule of late-night and all-ages events for his bands, and recaps the upcoming Women's Rights to Rock scheduled for July 12-14. The 13th Annual Women's Rights to Rock event will span three days, will again include Judas Priestess and will feature this year the Whiskey Tango Burlesque troop from Ithaca.
May 31 - Finger Lakes Impact Football Party
FNAs (Formerly Upper Deck) in Waterloo
June 1 - Riding for a Reason
June 2 - Freaks and Friends Suicide Prevention Benefit
Fireman's FIeld, NY
June 8 - St. Stephen's Festival
July 27 - Cruisin' Night
Additonal shows: Sodus Point; Tiki Bar in Watkins Glen
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FLCC instructor and musician Craig S Snyder stops in to talk about fusion music, and then Frankie and Jewel play live.
Craig S Snyder
Frankie and Jewels
April 25 - The Avenue Pub on Monroe Avenue in Rochester
May 3 - Studebaker's Grill, Clyde Road, Lyons
May 4 - Hamlin Station on Railroad Ave, Hamlin
May 10 - 140 Alex Bar, Alexander Avenue, Rochester
May 11 - Abe's Waterfront, Greig Street, Sodus Point
May 23 - The Avenue Pub on Monroe Avenue in Rochester
May 25 - Abe's Waterfront, Greig Street, Sodus Point